UK Holidays with Disabled Facilities
The Jumbulance Trust makes it possible for the sick, disabled and elderly to go on trips and holidays across the UK they may otherwise not be able to take.
We provide specialist vehicles, called Jumbulances, which provide a safe and comfortable mode of accessible transport around the UK. Featuring emergency medical equipment, mobile hoist, floor tracking, clamps and an accessible lift, suitable for wheelchair users, these buses allow groups, including schools and community groups, care homes and hospices to take those in their care on accessible holidays and day trips across the British Isles.
Finding the right accessible holiday
The UK has so much to offer to those looking for an accessible holiday. We live in a country full of history, stunning scenery and variety, much of which is available to all.
There are now more accessible accommodation and activity providers than ever before; there’s never been a better time to explore the British Isles.
If you’re planning your first accessible holiday as a group, family or individual, travelling in the UK can also be easier to manage.
Both the National Trust and Visit England websites are excellent places to find out about accessible attractions around the UK. Additionally books such as the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain’, which is free to blue badge holders, can offer great inspiration for holiday makers.
Our recommended accessible holiday destinations include:
Llandudno, North Wales
Norfolk Disabled-Friendly Cottages, Norfolk, UK
Lovat Lodge, Nairn, Scotland.
Whatever destination you settle on, whether it’s a Jumbulance favourite, or a new and unique discovery, your group can get there safely and comfortably on our Jumbulances, which are available to hire for by group leaders.
One of our favourite Disabled holidays UK
Lovat Lodge Hotel, Nairn, Scotland
As well as always offering the warmest welcome and designed with accessible accommodation and mobility in mind, the Lovat Lodge Hotel is based in the beautiful seaside town of Nairn. Accessible features include adjustable beds, wet rooms, emergency alarms and ground floor, or lift, access to all wheelchair friendly 26 en suite rooms. With further mobility equipment available at the requests of guests, allowing you to experience a home-away-from-home holiday.
The hotel hosts regular themed evenings throughout the year, including a Burns Supper and Halloween special sure to provide excellent entertainment for guests.
As well as the hotel itself there is also lots to see in Nairn and the surrounding area. For no additional charge, guests can use the hotel’s motorised buggy to explore the promenade that runs along Nairn beach and the surrounding mountain scenery which makes for some spectacular views.
Further exploration of the mountain scenery is possible on the Cairngorm Funicular Railway which offers the opportunity to travel to a mountain peak and the Loch Ness boat trip which is another guest favourite.